November 18, 2016

The Clockwork Building Transformed with new M&E Features

The Clockwork Building in Ravenscourt Park, Hammersmith, was designed by Richard Siefert, architect of Centre Point tower and Tower 42 and was originally home to the International Time Recording Company.

With a roof terrace giving panoramic views of the River Thames and London’s skyline, the completely transformed, 42,000 sq ft office building features exposed, vaulted concrete ceilings with contemporary lighting and timber flooring.

Working with Project Manager Hush PMC Ltd, MATT Architecture and Thirdway Interiors for Hammersmith Realty, Green Building Design Consultants developed the employer’s requirements and performance specification for all aspects of equipment removal, water treatment and installation of new mechanical and electrical equipment.

A new Building Management System, efficient heat exchange units and comfort cooling were specified, together with Automatic Opening Ventilator smoke vents and electric car charging points in the secure parking area.

The façade of the building will be transformed with slim metal windows and a mineral paint finish to brickwork. New bulkhead lighting and LED uplighters in paved areas will complete the appearance.

Images courtesy of Ross Cunningham.

Clockwork Building Mechanical and Electrical Equipment Design
Clockwork Building, Hammersmith

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